Executive Summary: ‘Better Me, Greater We’

Executive Summary: ‘Better Me, Greater We’

19 May 0

Executive Summary: ‘Better Me, Greater We’ Grand Canyon University: NRS-451VN Executive Summary: Better Me, Greater We Patient outcome and satisfaction and nursing satisfaction has been linked for a long time. Not all nurses possess the gift of producing quality care and also show great compassion on daily basis, which unfortunately, is often due to their […]

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Ethical principle in health care

Ethical principle in health care

19 May 0

Ethical principle in health care NRS 440 Introduction One important ethical principle in health care is the issue of confidentiality and how it should be honored. When violated, has it major implications and consequence which can results in the health care provider loosing his/her license to practice (Burckhardt, & Nathaniel, 2008). As Nurses and health […]

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Heritage in Healthcare

Heritage in Healthcare

19 May 0

Heritage in Healthcare NRS-429VN Grand Canyon University Heritage in Healthcare Our heritage has a lot to do with our traditions and how we go about our daily life, but it can also affect how you perceive your health and your health maintenance. “Cultural heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a […]

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Family-Centered Health Promotion

Family-Centered Health Promotion

19 May 0

Family-Centered Health Promotion Grand Canyon University: NRS-429VN Introduction There are many chronic diseases in that take the lives of people every day. Among the Hispanic population, along with other minorities, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke are the most common causes to illnesses and death in the currently (Finding Solutions, 2016). In the last century […]

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Adaptive Learning Styles for Changing Needs

Adaptive Learning Styles for Changing Needs

19 May 0

Adaptive Learning Styles for Changing Needs Grand Canyon University – NRS-429VN Every individual has a learning style and some people have multiple learning styles. Learning styles can be described as the way someone processes information to learn, absorb, and apply the information delivered. The more one is exposed to learning experiences, they begin to identify […]

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Health Promotion Among Diverse Populations

Health Promotion Among Diverse Populations

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BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT-HERITAGE ASSESSMENT Grand Canyon University Health Promotion Among Diverse Populations NRS-429 VN BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT-HERITAGE ASSESSMENT The Health Assessment Tool can when used to review individual’s cultural beliefs, it serves as a dependable maintenance, restoration and protection tool. It’s an evaluation that aids in meeting the needs of different populations to provide efficient care. The […]

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Policy Brief: Vaccinations

Policy Brief: Vaccinations

19 May 0

Policy Brief: Vaccinations Grand Canyon University: NRS-427VN-O505 Policy Brief: Vaccinations Vaccines are unique because of how operational and cost-effective they are as a health intervention used for some deadly diseases. The use of vaccines has help to a huge regression in the sum of transmissible diseases. Vaccines hold a very similar, but also a different […]

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Trends And Issues In Today’s Health Care

Trends And Issues In Today’s Health Care

19 May 0

NRS 440VN Week 4 DQ 2 Research legislation within the last 5 years, on the state or federal level that was created as a result of nurse advocacy. Describe the legislation and what was accomplished. What additional steps need to be taken to continue advocacy for this issue? Rhode Island became the first state to […]

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Evolving Nursing Practice and Patient Care Delivery Models

Evolving Nursing Practice and Patient Care Delivery Models

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Evolving Nursing Practice and Patient Care Delivery Models Grand Canyon University: NRS-440VN Evolving Nursing Practice and Patient Care Delivery Models As the health care systems in the United States are evolving and changing, the nursing practice is also adjusting and adapting as well. The “baby boomer” generation is aging and the rate of chronic illnesses, […]

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Preferred Learning Styles

Preferred Learning Styles

19 May 0

Preferred Learning Styles Grand Canyon University: NRS429VN Preferred Learning Styles As a nurse, education to patients is one of the main things done every day. Whether it is teaching a patient about their illness, about a med, or even educating them on lifestyle changes, it is important to understand how the patient will retain this […]

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